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Bundy discusses RFK’s work in the John F. Kennedy Administration and problems switching over to the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration, among other issues.
Burden discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 presidential campaign in New York State, including the staff and strategy of the campaign, cash flow problems, and attempts to form coalition slates of delegates with the Eugene J. McCarthy campaign, among other issues.
Dillon discusses Robert Kennedy’s (RFK) relationships with U.S. political leaders, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and RFK’s time as a senator, among other issues.
Eldridge discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) 1964 New York senatorial campaign, the 1966 New York surrogate court’s race, and Frank O’Connor’s 1966 gubernatorial campaign, among other issues.
Gifford discusses RFK in Hyannis and comparing him to EMK, working with RFK and EMK on the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, and the 1968 presidential campaign, among other issues.
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